Queen Margrethe marks 400 years of Jewish life in Denmark

Queen Margrethe visited the Danish Jewish Museum to mark 400 years of Jewish history in Denmark. She also attended a celebratory service at Copenhagen Synagogue.

Auschwitz survivor Arlette Andersen dies aged 98

Holocaust survivor Arlette Andersen passed away, aged 98. As a young woman, she was arrested in France in 1943 and deported to Auschwitz, but survived.

Jewish graves and tombstones desecrated in Randers

About 30 tombstones have been desacrated in a cemetery in Randers in northern Denmark, 14 on the Jewish part of the graveyard.

Jewish Cultural festival goes ahead in Copenhagen

The Jewish Cultural Festival  of Copenhagen opens on 1 June with dancing at the Round Tower in the Danish capital.

Henri Goldstein: “I’ve had a good life as a Jew in Denmark, but there are concerns”

In connection with the publication of his memoirs, entitled "Fragments of a Danish-Jewish Life", the President of the Jewish community of Denmark, Henri Goldstein gave an interview to the Kristeligt Dagblad newspaper.

Danish MP receives prestigious award for supporting Israel

The Jerusalem Prize, given annually to a leading local public figure who...

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